Commit 6f54975c authored by concreted0g's avatar concreted0g

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After assembling the 4 top plates (3 ply and one G10) to make the top baffle plate (built heavy as it is the retaining bulkhead for the recovery system).
I realised the M4 lifting eye bolts I had didn't have a long enough threaded section.
I had some M4 lifting eye nuts so could use a longer bolt
epoxied through the baffle top plate.
After assembling the 4 top plates (3 ply and one G10) to make the top baffle plate
(built heavy as it is the retaining bulkhead for the recovery system).
I realised the M4 lifting eye bolts I had didn't have a long enough threaded section.
I had some M4 lifting eye nuts so could use a longer bolt epoxied through the baffle top plate.
However this would be able to undo if the recovery bridle was rolling or turning and may unscrew the nut.
To overcome this I made a small block to act as a drill guide and drilled a 1.1mm hole through the bolt and then after assembly could lock the ete nut on using a spring steel "R" clip.
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